Holodomor Remembrance Day

One of the photos taken by Austrian nationalist Alexander Wienerberger documenting the Holodomor: these photos formed part of anti-communist exhibitions during the Third Reich, but the Holodomor was ignored by the Anglo-American press, dominated by the Kremlin’s agents and ‘useful idiots’. Today is Holodomor Remembrance Day – but most people in the UK don’t even know the meaning of the word. In contrast to the ‘Holocaust’... [Read More...]

Patriotism, social justice and self-sacrifice

The grave of José Antonio Primo de Rivera, likely to be desecrated on the orders of the Spanish Government 86 years ago today, on the orders of Communists and other anti-European forces, the Falangist leader José Antonio Primo de Rivera was murdered in a prison yard in Alicante. As H&D’s European correspondent Isabel Peralta explained in Issue 110 of our magazine, José Antonio had taken no part in the Nationalist uprising and civil... [Read More...]

Celebrate St Edmund – the original English Patron Saint

Today – November 20th – is St Edmund’s Day. While St George (who had no historical connection to England) is commonly regarded as our Patron Saint, the original Patron Saint of England was St Edmund, who was King of East Anglia for about fourteen years until he was killed by Danish invaders in 869. These invaders destroyed all records of Edmund’s reign, so it’s no longer even known precisely when and where he was born. But... [Read More...]

French scholar arrested in Scotland by ‘anti-terrorist’ police

French revisionist scholar Vincent Reynouard was arrested in Scotland on Thursday 10th November. He is presently in an Edinburgh prison cell, where he will remain at least until 23rd February next year, when a court will determine whether he should be extradited to France, where he would be jailed under that country’s laws restricting historical and scientific enquiry. (There will be a further hearing in Edinburgh on 8th December this year,... [Read More...]

How and why the National Front began its march to the Cenotaph

Today military veterans, politicians, religious leaders and other VIPs will lay wreaths at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, and at other war memorials throughout the United Kingdom, in memory of the men and women from Britain and her Empire who gave their lives during the wars of the 20th and 21st centuries. More than half a century ago, in the early days of the National Front, the NF began a tradition of holding a separate march to the Cenotaph,... [Read More...]

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